Saturday Evening Art Show

In July, our Saturday Covered-Dish Supper Program drew a large crowd. We enjoyed the music of Harbor Sounds. Last night our August Program was simpler, but just as artistic. All members of the church who excel in the visual arts were asked to bring their art to the fellowship hall to be enjoyed by the diners.
Ron brought his paintings, many of them lovely seascapes.
We enjoyed our meal and viewed the art work beforehand and afterward.
Our two teen girls contributed many excellent pieces in a variety of mediums.
Ron also carves birds. We oohed and ahhed at the finished projects!
Isn't this lovely?
Pastor Adam visited with parishioners.
Many paintings focused on the glories of the sea.
John brought lovely pictures of his wife, and some fishing and military scenes. Mary brought her book of poetry.
One daughter of a church member contributed this large forest scene.
This haunting seascape of a ship in peril at night was particularly gripping. The underwater activity and the approaching storm double the terror. Aren't we glad our God is a "shelter in a time of storm"?
If you're ever in our area on the second Saturday of the month, please join us for great food, friendly fellowship, and one of our interesting programs.